To many 2022 presidential hopefuls who are wishing to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta,it is eleventh hour as they go out and hunt for support to strengthen their political bases ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Today,as per ODM Communications Director Philip Etale, Raila Odinga is expected to tour Mombasa Governor in a bid to consolidate his support in the Coast region.
Etale also revealed that the former premier will have a high profile meeting with members from Muslim Community.
He also said that Raila will be talking about facts on the country's economic situation and other issues which are of importance to the country.
Yesterday, Raila Odinga was in Kilifi county as he tries to win back the support that he has lost to DP Ruto,who has continuously made inroads in the region perceived to be Raila's stronghold.
Already,some top leaders from the Coast region have since joined DP Ruto's Hustler Nation,led by Malindi Town MP Aisha Jumwa and Owen Baya of Kilifi North.
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